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Posted on August 24th, 2004, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

Thousands of Olympic athletes are championing childrens’ Right to Play.

Sport has a natural and universal power to attract, inspire, motivate and engage. Sport is everywhere. And everywhere that it is, sport demonstrates its capacity to move people emotionally and physically. Right To Play’s programs were developed around the simple premise that we could translate this love of sport into an opportunity to promote health and well-being throughout the world.

Right To Play is a humanitarian organization using sport and play programs to encourage the healthy physical, social and emotional development of the worldís most disadvantaged children. Right To Play is committed to improving the lives of these children and to strengthening their communities by translating the best values of sport into opportunities to promote development, health and peace.





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